Information on:

Trout Brook Valley State Park Reserve


Activities: Hiking, Hunting

Services:  Walk-In Park

Fee:  There is no parking fee at this park.

The 300 acres of Trout Brook Valley State Park in Easton, Connecticut are just a portion of the greater valley preservation effort that encompasses 758 acres in the towns of Easton and Weston. This walk-in park is accessible from north of the gate at Bradley Road in Weston and can be explored by following its dirt roads or cross country through valleys and over rugged hills, always under a mixed deciduous and coniferous forest cover. Look for wildlife, wetlands and watercourses.



Reviews

Rick E

Rating:
Monday, April 10, 2017
Great place to hike and look at nature, tons of room and great variation in terrain difficulty.

Colin Liik

Rating:
Friday, May 20, 2016
Great trails for all different types of walkers/hikers. Parking is tight but the views and nature are beautiful. My go to location for getting away from the world and enjoying nature.

Jack Couch

Rating:
Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014
Very quiet away from roads. Good solitude, at least on weekdays. A bit more crowded on weekends. Linked to 20 miles of trails ranging from easy to challenging. Would rate at 5 stars, except that they no longer allow dogs off leash. On some of the challenging trails, that could be downright dangerous.

Nic Berkun

Rating:
Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016
It's beautiful

Zach Marteney

Rating:
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Great hiking trails!

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